Today on A Thousand Moms Talk: The return of Too Cool News and Views. We’ll discuss: The phenomenon of Lady Gaga and her new hit single “Born This Way,” And “Cure the Gay: There’s an App for That. What’s going on at Apple Computer? We remember and discuss the bullying and loss to suicide of Nicholas Kelo, 13, from Ohio. These stories and A Thousand Moms news today, March 19, 2011. Welcome back to A Thousand Moms Talk for March 19, 2011. I am Dave Balog, information officer for A Thousand Moms: Building Community Support for LGBT/Q Youth in Foster/Adoptive Care. Pull up a chair, settle in and listen to our discussion and lively views. Thank you for tuning in, either live or on-demand. Today on A Thousand Moms Talk we are joined by: Dr. Ray Werking joins us from East Greenbush, New York. Hi Ray! Tune in to Dr. Ray on WRPI’s Homo Radio at 91.5 in the Troy, Albany, Schenectady area, from 10-2 on Sundays. Listen live online anywhere via the Internet at wrpi.org. Fred Elia is founder and president of A Thousand Moms.. Welcome Fred. Paul Horn, A Thousand Moms supporter. Paul lost his long time partner, Tony—Fred’s brother—in 2005 to suicide. He is hosting Fred and me in his beautiful home in Jupiter, FL. Paul serves on the state board of the AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR SUICIDE PREVENTION. Sue Tournour, social work professional working with LGBT/Q youth in care serves on A Thousand Moms board of advisors and joins us from Buffalo NY. Welcome, Sue
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